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Privacy Commission Day 2, Witness 1: Max Mosley

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George South | 18:30 UK time, Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Max Mosley

The PM Privacy Commission hears from Max Mosley, who won a legal action against the News of the World for a breach of privacy, and unsuccessfully brought a case against the UK's privacy laws in the European Court of Human Rights.

Full audio and transcript here.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Pehaps each of the witnesses to date would have been better advised to obtain an ex parte injunction preventing any sexual partner including ex-wives to communicate in any way about their relationships. This is the least expensive form of injunction and it effectively prevents Press and Authorities from questionong the parties and effectively arrests any money making activities or any discussion about the injunction. It does of course curtail the possible income stream for the solicitors and the recipients of the injunction as they cannot be paid to kiss and tell and the newspapers sell fewer copies

  • Comment number 2.

    Is the number of comments accurate?
    I have no twitter or facebook so I have nothing for comparison

 

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